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Angus T. Jones
Angus T. Jones
Jones was best known as the son of Jon Cryer‘s sadsack divorcé (and nephew of Charlie Sheen‘s playboy songwriter) on the ’00s hit sitcom Two and a Half Men. In 2012, a video of Jones trashing the comedy, calling it “filth,” surfaced online. The footage was from a 15-minute religious testimonial for Forerunner Chronicles, an Alabama-based Seventh-day Adventist ministry.
Jones later apologized for “showing indifference to and disrespect of my colleagues and a lack of appreciation of the extraordinary opportunity of which I have been blessed.”
The actor soon left the series, but returned for the finale in 2015.
Jones, who earned a reported $350,000 per episode during his final season as a full-time cast member on the CBS sitcom, told Houston TV station KHOU that the show “was making light of topics in our world that are really problems for a lot of people, and I was a paid hypocrite because I wasn’t okay with it, but I was still doing it.”
Until an uncredited 2023 notch on his IMDb from the Max series Bookie, his last acting credit was Louis C.K.‘s 2016 limited series Horace & Pete.
Jones attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, living what he called a “normal existence,” he told People in 2016. “I got pretty doomsday with my thinking for a long time, but now I’m having fun and enjoying where I’m at,” he added. “I no longer feel like every step I take is on a land mine.”